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Next Occurrence : 06 Mar 2021
At last Adelaide audiences can be a part of this ingenious piece that festival-goers around the world have savoured for over a decade.
It’s street-theatre-but-not-as-we-know-it in which the performers are disguised threads in the very real tapestry of a busy city thoroughfare and we, be-headphoned on raked seating, are the ones on display to be ignored or gawked at by passers-by. Via our ears though, the familiar urban scene becomes a movie replete with evocative score, and its cast of thousands is quickly narrowed down to four protagonists. Locating them isn’t easy, and it’s part of the game, but their story is as surprising and compelling as any thriller.
Back to Back Theatre is driven by an ensemble of actors who, by virtue of their ‘disability’, sit at the margins of conventional educational, family, and economic apparatus, and are therefore idiosyncratic and singular commentators on institutions we take for granted. Here the company considers how a person’s worth in society is defined by their productivity.
It’s a theme very familiar to these performers and even timelier in 2021 than it was at its premiere in 2005. Set against the shifting backdrop of a city weighed down by economic uncertainty, the notion that humans are becoming a kind of coinage couldn’t be called into starker relief.
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Welcomes and assists people who have challenges with learning communication understanding and behaviour includes people with autism intellectual disability Down syndrome acquired brain injury ABI dyslexia and dementia
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Caters for people who use a wheelchair
Caters for people with high support needs who travel with a support person
25 to $
Theatres are currently operating at 50% capacity as per SA Health guidelines. Bookings through BASS attract an $8.95 transaction fee.